byUnited States. International Development Cooperation Agency. Agency for International Development
Pop Buell, Hoosier at the Front . March, 7, 1965 episode of " The Twentieth Century " with Walter Cronkite. (According to IMDB - the National Archives says it aired Feb 28, 1965.) National Archives description: "DOCUMENTARY: From his home in Indiana, Edgar "Pop" Buell talks about his experiences while working for the Agency for International Development at refugee center in Sam Thong, Laos, where villagers from nearby countryside came to escape from devastating effects... Topics: Walter Cronkite, Cold War, Refugees -- Laos, Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Personal narratives, Buell,...
byUnited States. International Development Cooperation Agency. Agency for International Development.
"DOCUMENTARY FILM: Describes preservation of fresh fruits and vegetables by radiation pasteurization, presenting evidence that spoilage can be reduced through use of nuclear energy. Using animation to show what happens during exposure, explains process of exposing foods to radiation." National Archives Identifier: 46362 Topics: Food, Radiation, Irradiated Foods, Food Irradiation